What Did I Come In Here For by Victoria Myers

What Did I Come In Here For

Knitting
April 2020
both are used in this pattern
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
18 stitches = 4 inches
in Garter, unblocked
US 6 - 4.0 mm
1300 - 1350 yards (1189 - 1234 m)
Blocked – 80” wingspan x 38” depth
low vision format available
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How many of you have ever felt that way? Man - the amount of times I find myself standing in the living room with no idea what the plan was. So, I go back to what I was doing - usually knitting. And then, I’ve got it! Right back to the living room, and then no idea again! Hopefully by the time I’m on the pretty pink edge path - I’ll know what on earth I was doing! We have kits for this gorgeous shawl here!

SUPPLIES

3 Balls Louisa Harding Pittura (100 grams/426 yards) – find kits at island-yarn.com
6 Balls Teenie Weenie Wool (10 grams/44 yards), 1 each 4 colors, 2 each 5th color - find kits at island-yarn.com
Size US 6 (4mm) 32” – 40” Circular
Darning needle for weaving in ends

GAUGE

18 sts = 4”, garter, unblocked
17 sts = 4”, garter, blocked
Exact gauge is relatively unimportant for this shawl

FINISHED SIZE

Unblocked – 74” wingspan x 37” depth
Blocked – 80” wingspan x 38” depth

This pattern is a fully written pattern.  A large print version is available for those with aging eyes as well as a low-vision version with size 24 Arial Black Font which should also work well with screen readers.

All abbreviations have also been written out in the low-vision version to make it easier for users of screen readers.